Kellogg 'Link' Grants for Summer Courses

Seven faculty members have received awards in the 1997-1998 round of summer course development grants from the Kellogg Program to Link Intellectual Resources and Community Needs. For more about Kellogg course development grants see the website (link no longer available).

  • Eric Cheyfitz, English, for Community History in a Global Context.
  • Ram Cnaan, social work, for PENN, Neighborhood Congregations and Coalitions: Developing Safe Havens for Philadelphia Youth.
  • Oscar Gandy, professor for Seminar in Urban Information Resources.
  • Frank Johnston, professor anthropology, for Anthropological Perspectives on Monitoring and Evaluating Social Programs.
  • Bill Labov, linguistics, for Introduction to African American English.
  • W. Eric Perkins, African-American studies, for Studying West Philadelphia.
  • Peggy Sanday, anthropology, for Public Interest Anthropology.


Almanac, Vol. 44, No. 35, June 16, 1998

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